The comedian supported J.K. Rowling’s anti-trans views and said “gender is a fact” in his new special “The Closer.”
The rapper's 10th studio album featuring collaborations with Jay-Z, Marilyn Manson and DaBaby is now available on streaming platforms.
The shock rocker, who has been accused of abuse by more than a dozen women, was also joined by embattled rapper DaBaby.
The rapper has faced a wave of backlash after making homophobic remarks onstage at the Rolling Loud music festival.
The singer invited the rapper, whose comments about gay men and AIDS have sparked outrage, to chat while urging others to "find forgiveness."
The rapper -- who has been axed from Lollapalooza, the Governors Ball and Day N Vegas -- said his comments were misinformed, hurtful and triggering.
The music festival said it is "founded on diversity, inclusivity, respect, and love."
The rapper didn't appreciate the hip-hop legend calling out his recent homophobic and sexist remarks, but didn't have the comeback he thought he did.
The music icon condemned DaBaby for spreading false information and encouraged the rapper to “know your facts.”
The video for "Giving What It’s Supposed to Give" shows the rapper holding up a sign that reads "AIDS," and urging viewers, "Don’t fight hate with hate."